The Board of Guardians meet alternate Saturdays at the Workhouse at 2pm. The area of the Union is 55,507 acres, rateable value in 1901 £61,191 and population in 1901 8,825.
The Union comprises 20 parishes;
Alderton & Dixton, Alstone, Beckford, Bishop's Cleeve, Buckland & Laverton, Charlton Abbotts, Didbrook, Dumbleton, Gotherington, Great Washbourne, Guiting Temple, Hailes, Hawling, Little Washbourne, Lower Guiting, Pinnock & Hyde, Prescott, Roel, Snowshill, Southam & Brockhampton, Stanley Pontlarge, Stanton, Stanway, Sudeley Manor, Toddington, Winchcomb, Woodmancote, Wormington & Cutsdean.
|Union Officers 1902|
|Chairman of Guardians||Rev. W. D. Stanton|
|Clerk to the Guardians and Assessment Committee||James Henry Stephens|
|Treasurer||John Burt Folliott|
|Collector to the Guardians||Hubert D. Woodward|
|Relieving and Vaccination Officer for the Union||Hubert D. Woodward|
|Superintendent Registrar||James Henry Stephens|
The Workhouse, Gloucester Street, is a building of stone, erected in 1838 and will hold 140 inmates.
|Workhouse Staff 1902|
|Workhouse Master||Stephen Michael Healey|
|Workhouse Matron||Mrs Rebecca Healey|
|Nurse||Mrs L. Pollard|
|Chaplain||Rev. Robert Noble Jackson|
|Medical Officer||William Cox|
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